CORONAVIRUS COEXISTENCE DAY 41

Coronavirus Coexistence DAY 41 Wednesday, April 22, 2020

Every morning I wake up with more and more excitement. I want to thank everyone who called me or sent me a message telling me how much they liked yesterday’s interview and how well I’m doing. Although I have always said it and I repeat it, I do all this because I am passionate about it. I am having a great time, and even if no one reads me or sees me, I don’t care. When people call me and tell me that I made their day and they are grateful for having me in their lives, it is priceless. Thanks, friends!

Today, once again, we are going for the fourth interview of “Friends with Talent”. This time we are with Álvaro Tormos, better known as El Mago Álvaro. We had a lot of fun!

As always, there are things that happen live. I don’t know if you noticed (those who saw the interview, the rest can see it or… well, you know), but suddenly, my daughter started knocking on the glass asking for my help to convert a Word into a PDF, or something like that. Twice I told her that I was live, but she kept insisting. At first, I was surprised to see she was awake at 7:15 p.m. I got a little worried and prayed she wouldn’t come in screaming. Now, thinking about it, I wish she would have hahahaha.

Yesterday at the end of my interview with Sara Mariner, Angela, my ballet teacher, sent me a message asking me to send her a video of me doing a choreography she sent and one made up by me because she is preparing a video for the International Day of Dance with all her students. I thought, “If I don’t do it now, I’m never going to do it.” So there I went, I dressed in my best ballet gear, learned the mini choreography, invented an exercise and improvised. I asked my poor son to record me because I needed a horizontal recording, and there was no way to do it myself. My poor son was already desperate because until I managed to adjust the background I wanted, perform the choreography to the rhythm of the music and receive the approval, it was almost midnight.

Finally he said, “Mom, can we have dinner now? I’m hungry.” Hahaha, poor thing, I said, “Yes, of course, heat everything up, and now I’ll go.”

I have to say that while I was editing videos of the interview and the ballet, and finishing writing the post for the chronicle, the (less offensive) Gremlin prepared dinner for me with a lot of love. Ohh I know soo cute.. The result was the following (don’t laugh too much). When I receive the edited video with all the other dancers, I will share it with you (I imagine that in that video I will only appear for about 3 seconds, at most, hahahaha).

Daily reflection: I have always had a positive predisposition, I have always looked for the good in everything, I try not to let things affect me. Over time, I have learned to distance myself from those people who, although I accept them as they are, do not bring me anything positive, quite the opposite. I always try to have a smile on my face, think about the present, be kind, polite and always, always very grateful. But I’m human, and there are some days or some small parts of the day in which I think “F***K MY LIFE”. And here is my reflection… There is no need for direct or indirect insults; I believe that acceptance and communication are the key to well-being. I leave it at that.

 

“Look in the mirror, take a good look at yourself, do you like what you see?”